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Category:  Hubs
Name:  Campagnolo Record Titanium, Record
Brand:  Campagnolo
Primary Group:  Record
Model:  Record Titanium
Years:  Mid 1990's - 1998
Country:  Italy
Added By: Bike-vintage_com on 04/03/10
Updated By: wallymann on 05/27/14
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Gear Compatibility CassetteFront Bearing Size/CountCartridge bearing
Rear Bearing Size/Count1/4" / 9x9Rear Spacing130mm
Spoke Drilling32; 36Flange SizeLow Flange
Gear Threading/Pattern Body Markings
Axle MaterialTitaniumShell MaterialAluminum
General Information
Campagnolo Record Titanium Front Hub with Box NIB 36 holes

Rear hub uses aluminum frewheel body for 9-10-11 speed casettes, and 26x1 threaded lockring. Note: the newer, common lock ring threads are 27x1.
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Primary Group NameBrandQuick InfoBrowse Group Components
Record (1995-1997)Campagnolo1995 - 1997, Road RaceView 11 Components
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